In Ruisui Township, Hualien County, there is a simple Hakka village—Fuyuan Village (formerly known as Baozhaizhuang). The grandpa and grandma in Baozhaizhuang are versatile and like to play lions, play drums, dye cloth, paint, dance, act, and sing folk songs. Hakka songs are even more loved.
With the full support of the community chairman Lin Xinghua and the board of supervisors, Fuyuan Community has long-term sustainable development of the community. The members of the ballad class are composed of a group of grandpas and grandmaes who love Hakka songs, such as Hakka, Minnan, and Indigenous people. The average age is 70 years old. It is the oldest choir in the country. Many of the class members are illiterate. Hakka songs love to join together. In recent years, they have often been invited to perform and contested more than 15 times. They have been well received. They have become representatives of the community’s multicultural development characteristics. The community’s grandpa and grandma have scored a lot in their senior years. The movement of life.